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24 May 19
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Hoyt lifts underdog Mountain View Mountain View recorded its third straight upset to reach a Central Coast Section baseball championship game for the first time in school history. The 10th-seeded Spartans defeated No. 6 seed Bellarmine 2-0 on Thursday night at Excite Ballpark, the venue formally known as San Jose Municipal Stadium. A major reason why was junior pitcher James Hoyt. Hoyt threw a complete-game two-hitter with 10 strikeouts and just one walk. He retired 12 of the last 13 batters he faced. “It was hard, but I had so much fun,” Hoyt said. “It’s the biggest game of my life. I love it. I’ve always wanted to play here, too.” The Spartans (19-10-1) will face No. 4 seed Leland on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Excite Ballpark. Leland defeated No. 1 seed Leigh 4-1 in the earlier semifinal. Mountain View and Bellarmine (16-14) had only two hits, with Mountain View scoring both runs in the first inning. Coach Kris Mims lauded Hoyt’s performance, but added, “It was bigger for us to score two runs in the first inning, to be able to take some stress off the players.” The Spartans opened the tournament by beating No. 7 seed Santa Teresa 7-1. They then upset No. 2 seed and defending Division I champion Los Altos 6-5 in the quarterfinals. Running to a win Mountain View struck quickly against Bellarmine, as its first two batters scored. Nathaniel Harris crossed the plate first on a double steal. “That’s been kind of our M.O,” Mims said. “We play good defense, we throw strikes, and then we run aggressively on the bases.” Harris led off with a walk on four pitches. He advanced to second on a wild pitch and to third on a passed ball. Tristan Silveira followed with another walk, and then two pitches later, Silveira took off for second. He drew a throw and Harris scored. Silveira eventually scored on a passed ball. Mountain View did not have a hit that inning. Third time’s a charm In the fifth inning of the earlier game, with his team trailing Leigh 1-0, Leland coach Mike Sparrer spurred his team to a different perspective. “We’re in the dugout and they’re all talking about we only have nine outs,” Sparrer said. “I said, ‘Hey, let’s change our mentality. They have to get nine outs.’” Leland (20-7-1) scored all four of its runs in the top of the sixth inning to upend Leigh and advance to the Division I final for the second time in four years. Leigh (19-11) had been a thorn in Leland’s side all season. The Longhorns beat Leland by one run in their two previous meetings, including 9-8 in nine innings on April 27. “You hear it in professional sports, it’s hard to beat a team three times in a year,” Sparrer said. “We knew we could compete and play with them.” Trevor Johannes led off the top of the sixth with single to center field on a 2-0 pitch. Carson Yates also singled, then Michael Garcia bunted down the third-base line. The throw to third was late, and the bases were loaded. Joey Taddie then stroked a two-run single to center field. Two batters later, Matt Ames drove in two more runs with a triple on a fly that landed just inside the right-field line. In the CCS Division I championship game three years ago, Leland beat Leigh 8-2. Two freshmen on the bench for that game were Johannes and Garcia. “It gives us a bit of experience going into the game because we saw what it took,” said Garcia, who pitched a complete-game three-hitter with no earned runs. “We saw the culture of the team.” Garcia retired 12 of the final 14 batters, allowing just two walks in the seventh inning. “Unreal,” Sparrer said. “He’s pitched in some tough luck early on, but he’s really found his stride, and I’m just so proud of him to do that on this stage.” For more Bay Area high school sports coverage follow Bay Area Preps on Flipboard. Game changer Taddie approached the plate in the sixth inning with the bases loaded and no outs. His solid single to center field gave Leland the lead, and the Chargers didn’t look back. “Just trying to put the ball in play,” the junior catcher said. “That’s two big runs we needed to get.” “He had some good swings against (Leigh pitcher Mitchell) Dowd early on,” Sparrer said. “Joey did a nice job today in all three at-bats.” Taddie was the only player in the game with two hits. He went 2 for 3 with the aforementioned two RBIs and a run scored. Bells gain experience Bellarmine had a rough end to its season, but many of the Bells got valuable playing time. “I’m proud of the guys,” said coach Mike Rodriguez, pointing out that only one pitcher returned this season with any varsity innings, and it was just one inning. “We only had maybe 45 to 60 at-bats coming back from last year’s team. “So I’m very proud of the effort, very proud of the development.” The returning pitcher was senior Derrick Turner, who pitched a complete-game two-hitter Thursday. 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24 May 19
The Mercury News
Hoyt lifts underdog Mountain View Mountain View recorded its third straight upset to reach a Central Coast Section baseball championship game for the first time in school history. The 10th-seeded Spartans defeated No. 6 seed Bellarmine 2-0 on Thursday night at Excite Ballpark, the venue formally known as San Jose Municipal Stadium. A major reason why was junior pitcher James Hoyt. Hoyt threw a complete-game two-hitter with 10 strikeouts and just one walk. He retired 12 of the last 13 batters he faced. “It was hard, but I had so much fun,” Hoyt said. “It’s the biggest game of my life. I love it. I’ve always wanted to play here, too.” The Spartans (19-10-1) will face No. 4 seed Leland on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Excite Ballpark. Leland defeated No. 1 seed Leigh 4-1 in the earlier semifinal. Mountain View and Bellarmine (16-14) had only two hits, with Mountain View scoring both runs in the first inning. Coach Kris Mims lauded Hoyt’s performance, but added, “It was bigger for us to score two runs in the first inning, to be able to take some stress off the players.” The Spartans opened the tournament by beating No. 7 seed Santa Teresa 7-1. They then upset No. 2 seed and defending Division I champion Los Altos 6-5 in the quarterfinals. Running to a win Mountain View struck quickly against Bellarmine, as its first two batters scored. Nathaniel Harris crossed the plate first on a double steal. “That’s been kind of our M.O,” Mims said. “We play good defense, we throw strikes, and then we run aggressively on the bases.” Harris led off with a walk on four pitches. He advanced to second on a wild pitch and to third on a passed ball. Tristan Silveira followed with another walk, and then two pitches later, Silveira took off for second. He drew a throw and Harris scored. Silveira eventually scored on a passed ball. Mountain View did not have a hit that inning. Third time’s a charm In the fifth inning of the earlier game, with his team trailing Leigh 1-0, Leland coach Mike Sparrer spurred his team to a different perspective. “We’re in the dugout and they’re all talking about we only have nine outs,” Sparrer said. “I said, ‘Hey, let’s change our mentality. They have to get nine outs.'” Leland (20-7-1) scored all four of its runs in the top of the sixth inning to upend Leigh and advance to the Division I final for the second time in four years. Leigh (19-11) had been a thorn in Leland’s side all season. The Longhorns beat Leland by one run in their two previous meetings, including 9-8 in nine innings on April 27. “You hear it in professional sports, it’s hard to beat a team three times in a year,” Sparrer said. “We knew we could compete and play with them.” Trevor Johannes led off the top of the sixth with single to center field on a 2-0 pitch. Carson Yates also singled, then Michael Garcia bunted down the third-base line. The throw to third was late, and the bases were loaded. Joey Taddie then stroked a two-run single to center field. Two batters later, Matt Ames drove in two more runs with a triple on a fly that landed just inside the right-field line. In the CCS Division I championship game three years ago, Leland beat Leigh 8-2. Two freshmen on the bench for that game were Johannes and Garcia. “It gives us a bit of experience going into the game because we saw what it took,” said Garcia, who pitched a complete-game three-hitter with no earned runs. “We saw the culture of the team.” Garcia retired 12 of the final 14 batters, allowing just two walks in the seventh inning. “Unreal,” Sparrer said. “He’s pitched in some tough luck early on, but he’s really found his stride, and I’m just so proud of him to do that on this stage.” For more Bay Area high school sports coverage follow Bay Area Preps on Flipboard. Game changer Taddie approached the plate in the sixth inning with the bases loaded and no outs. His solid single to center field gave Leland the lead, and the Chargers didn’t look back. “Just trying to put the ball in play,” the junior catcher said. “That’s two big runs we needed to get.” “He had some good swings against (Leigh pitcher Mitchell) Dowd early on,” Sparrer said. “Joey did a nice job today in all three at-bats.” Taddie was the only player in the game with two hits. He went 2 for 3 with the aforementioned two RBIs and a run scored. Bells gain experience Bellarmine had a rough end to its season, but many of the Bells got valuable playing time. “I’m proud of the guys,” said coach Mike Rodriguez, pointing out that only one pitcher returned this season with any varsity innings, and it was just one inning. “We only had maybe 45 to 60 at-bats coming back from last year’s team. “So I’m very proud of the effort, very proud of the development.” The returning pitcher was senior Derrick Turner, who pitched a complete-game two-hitter Thursday. He allowed only four baserunners after the first inning and struck out seven in the game. New coach guides Leigh The Longhorns won the BVAL Mt. Hamilton Division title this season under coach Eric Pini, who led the team after previously coaching at Homestead. “The seniors were the catalyst,” Pini said. “They bought into my system right away.” Leigh scored its run against Leland in the third inning. Griffin Quadro, the No. 9 hitter, beat out a bunt down the third-base line to lead off. He stole second, went to third on an error and scored on a sacrifice fly by Robbie Hamchuk. HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS? WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED For just 12 cents a day for a year, you can have access to all the digital content at mercurynews.com and eastbaytimes.com. You just need to sign up at one of these two links: Mercury News or East Bay Times. 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